LEAD TIME - 2/3 WORKING DAYS FROM RECEIPT OF ORDER AND PAYMENT.
These traffic-line works barriers are manufactured in HDPE material, which is UV resistant, and is coloured bright orange with red/white reflective panels which makes them highly visible in day or night conditions. The barriers can be connected to each other by a 'hook and eye' system, which makes them very adaptable for use on uneven ground.
Chapter 8 Works barriers are most commonly used by traffic management companies, civil engineers and building contractors. However they are also often used in a wide range of other environments. They are perfect for directing traffic and segregating members of the work force and civilians from potential dangers. Their hi-visibility colours and reflective strips mean that they can clearly highlight and help guard against potential dangers. Manufactured from recycled plastics they also offer an environmentally friendly and durable barrier, which can be easily stacked and transported.
The barriers are lightweight but stable incorporating non-trip feet that swivel 360 Degrees for compact transportation and storage. These barriers are suitable for applications involving road works, construction sites, events etc. keeping people and works traffic separate.
The chapter 8 barriers represent a safety feature that road works can't do without. They weigh 11kg each and are modular to fit into each when lined up. The polyethylene construction is durable and heavy duty in strength. The supplied non-trip feet prevent any tripping hazard.
These Chapter 8 road barriers are supplied with anti-trip feet. The anti-trip foot is specially designed to completely eliminate a trip hazard on one side. We recommend using an anti-trip foot when work is taking place in highly pedestrianised areas. Make sure the anti-trip shallow side of the foot is facing pedestrianised walkways and you can immediately eliminate the possibility of civilians tripping and injuring themselves.
* Quickly and easily deployed
* All plastic construction
* Non-trip feet swivel 360 degrees
* Moulded in lamp carrier
* Reflective panels for high visibility
Material: High Density Polyethylene (Polyethylene is a firm, closed-cell foam. ... It is also sometimes used as a top layer over softer foam in order to provide better footing while the lower, softer foam adds some shock absorption. What is polyurethane foam? Polyurethane is a softer, open-cell type of foam that is made in varying degrees of firmness)
Panel: Red/white reflective
Feet: Black HDPE (High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) is a thermoplastic polymer made from petroleum. As one of the most versatile plastic materials around, HDPE plastic is used in a wide variety of applications, including plastic bottles, milk jugs, shampoo bottles, bleach bottles, cutting boards, and piping)
Dimensions: 2000mm x 1000mm x 50mm
Conforms to requirements of BS EN 8442 (Specifies requirements and tests for rigid and flexible portable signs, barriers, self-supporting portable signs, stop/go signs, school crossing patrol signs, flap signs, flat traffic delineators, pedestrian crossing and refuge beacons, internally illuminated posts, twin amber flashing light units, retro reflective self-righting bollards, and non-retro reflecting road studs.)
Reflectivity to BS EN 12899-1
Chapter 8 - The Traffic Signs Manual
The Red Book 2013
Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions